Bodrum, also known as Halicarnassus from the ancient Greek times, is located south on the Aegean Sea. Bodrum is a well-protected port, which is overlooked by the Bodrum castle, the highlight of the whole town. The castle has its own rich history. What few people know is that the castle was erected in the site of the Tomb of Mausolus, one of the seven wonders of ancient times. Bodrum offers all yachting facilities with its modern marinas. On top of that, the variety of restaurants and cafes and night clubs create an atmosphere with a truly cosmopolitan vibe. The international airport provides an easy connection with Istanbul and other European cities.
When you visit Marmaris you will have a feeling that you are in the Caribbean and not in the Mediterranean Sea. Located really close to Bodrum, Marmaris lies inside a natural bay, surrounded with beautiful green mountains and breathtaking golden beaches that will leave you in awe. The town of Marmaris has many restaurants, a classic eastern flea market where you’ll practice your bargaining skills, a lot of coffee shops and a nightlife that you’ll remember for years to come. Around the city, there are countless little bays to anchor and enjoy the beautiful beaches and a stunning landscape.